The Waldorf-Astoria Cookbook, 1969
Written by Ted James and Rosalind Cole. Published by Bramhall House, 1969. 266 pages.
The book includes several pictures (including a group of color pics of the food), a ton of recipes, general and recipe indexes. "From the day this great American hotel first opened its doors in 1893 it has been a living symbol of the best and most elegant in dining and entertaining. Now, for the first time, the secrets of the famous Waldorf kitchen are made available for the home cook. The book includes over 100 choice recipes, especially selected by the chefs of The Waldorf-Astoria and carefully tested for the home kitchen. Specialties.are featured and conveniently grouped in categories - Hors d'Oeuvres and Appetizers, Fish and Shellfish, Chicken and Other Birds, Meat, Entree and Dessert Sauces, Vegetables, Salads and Salad Dressings, Eggs and Breads, and Desserts. In addition to the recipes there is a history of The Waldorf."
Superb book. Unread copy. Pristine jacket, now protected in a Mylar cover.